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+ sharp textures
+ sophisticated lighting,
+ lots of details
- sometimes choppy or unclean animations
+ a lot of humor
+ persiflage on films and role playing
+ loving, varied landscapes
- which are sometimes a bit lifeless
+ very well synchronized
+ prominent speakers
+ atmospheric music
- a few sound effects and ambient noise
+ chapter increasingly tricky
+ subtly placed tips
+ never unfair
- only for professionals towards the end
+ successful start
+ no idling
+ is always exciting
+ ingenious twist just before the final
- somewhat abrupt end
+ objects and places more manageable
+ logical puzzles
+ interaction of several heroes
- some annoying quirks detail
+ funny conversations
+ nice running gags
+ never too long or too short
- strictly linear dialogues
+ lovable hero
+ quirky secondary characters
+ clichés are ridiculed
- bad guys remain relatively pale
+ solo playtime around 20 hours
+ some five long chapters
+ several main characters
- only one possible solution
Multiplayer: no multiplayer
Best Adventures come from Germany. The Bremen developer King Art continues this tradition with his equally funny how great fairy tale told The Book of Unwritten Tales continued successfully.
All dialogs are brimming with wit and nice running gags. Special praise is due to the authors of The Book of Unwritten Tales for permanently motivating action, the scores with several twists and a stunning trick just before the final. However, the team away just with the villain, the evil Montroga, lots of potential. The taciturn tentacle monsters scurrying little more than five sentences about the lips, feeling a threat remains largely.
The number of items in the inventory and simultaneously-accessible areas always remains clear. The program also donated sufficient evidence, and the difficulty increases with each of the five acts too pleasant. Cute Ideas spice up the funny brain teasers addition. To draw with Ivo waypoints on a map, open a reminiscent of the board game Mastermind combination lock or mage brew the champion Markus a potion by pass the correct herb with the mouse at the right moment and then stir vigorously. For all the creativity, however, occasional annoying design quirks, such as when puzzles are linked to certain conditions.
A little bit more polish could have used the excellent se operation of The Book of Unwritten Tales. For example, can be very good, but tedious and disruptive character animations not cancel, which is especially annoying when changing the figures. The fact that the heroes go only, but not run, sometimes bothers.
But all this criticism is at a high level, because the gripping story and the lovable hero - the core disciplines of each Adventures - make such quirks more than compensated. The mood-lit and currently unrivaled beautiful 3D landscapes contribute their part.
A great sense of wonder permeates The Book of Unwritten Tales, a terrific take on a traditional point-and-click adventure.
Score: 83 / 100
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